SEATTLE - Everyone saw the 2006 Fiesta Bowl. Boise State down 7 with barely a minute to go. Three…
Tharp Gets the Nod
Since that day, all of Bronco Nation has wondered who would take over for 3-year starter Jared Zabransky. Most of the speculation rested on Fifth-Year Senior Taylor Tharp and Redshirt Junior Bush Hamdan. Coming out of Spring Ball, however, it was Hamdan who had the lead in the competition.
Tharp, however, eventually won out with a superior showing of consistency and knowledge of the Offense. To throw even more chaos into the competition, Redshirt Sophomore Nick Lomax had a surprisingly effective Fall and thrust himself into serious contention for playing time right away as well, showing everybody in the open scrimmages that he had really come into his own over the summer.
Hamdan, and Lomax are now both listed as the Co-Backups to Tharp.
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